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Second ruling stops sales of media player

Media conglomerate Televisa has won another legal battle aimed at stopping theft of its cable television content. For the second time in as many weeks, a Mexico City court has FULL STORY The post Second ruling stops sales of media player appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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